Science & Environment
The 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami is still wreaking havoc, sending hundreds of invasive species travelling on debris across the world’s oceans.
A climb up Mount Fuji prior to the start of the climbing season will ensure you beat the crowds, but it will present some serious challenges, too.
Mount Ontake volcano, Japan’s second highest peak and a popular hiking spot, suddenly erupted in 27 September 2014, catching off-guard more than 200 hikers, and killing more than 30
The eruption of Mount Ontake in Japan was sudden, even for volcanoes, with no prior warning signs
Japan’s controversial whaling program has been banned, but the loophole still exists
Winners of The North Face and Australian Geographic’s adventure grant check out Poison Canyon in Japan, in their preparation for La Réunion Island.
History & Culture
Every year, a festival in country NSW pays tribute to spring and attempts to heal the rifts of war.
On the hunt for pygmy seahorses, biologist Richard Smith captured the precious diversity of underwater Japan.